The first reaction to truth is hatred

Jennifer Fierberg Interviewed Noble Marara on Rwanda, Political Parties, and the Rwandese living in diaspora By: Jennifer Fierberg with Noble Marara JF: You have been away from Rwanda for more than ten years. Your series ‘Behind the Presidential Curtains’ has exposed many unknown facts about President Paul Kagame and how he governs Rwanda. What are your thoughts on the current state of Rwanda and the RPF? For over a quarter century the RPF has been in power with no in country opposition voice. Yet, political parties are flowing around the…

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Behind The Presidential Curtains: A Summon to my good old Comrades

With the on-going continued cut of President Kagame’s Foreign aid by his long time Western sponsors for the last week or so due to his continued cruelty to our Congolese brethren I feel compelled to speak on this subject. Kagame has done this by directly supporting the M23 rebel group which is on the brink of capturing the city of Goma among others in the Kivu Province of the DRC and with a plan of creating a new Republic of Kivu autonomous from the great Congo. Unfortunately this manuver disregards…

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Behind The Presidential Curtains: A hungry president the truth behind Congo war

After the overthrow of Mobutu of Zaire and naming it Democratic Republic of Congo, Paul Kagame was convinced that his Government will have the biggest access of Congo’s wealth and the right to do whatever he wished without any hindrance. Kagame made Desire Kabila the new president of the DRC, convincing himself that he would use him to control and grab all he laid his hands on in the Congo. At that time Kagame has deployed the DRC with most of his senior trusted officers to control not only the…

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Behind the Presidential Curtain: President Kagame and his house staff

By: Noble Marara In 1994, our soldiers went out from Byumba to Musha, when I talk of our soldiers I mean the high command alongside President Kagame, they found a child of three years old her parents had been killed. Though she was three she had been sent to explain more about herself. She was unable to provide her own name to the soldiers so was given the name of Kavutse. She came to Mungusha with Kagame and all of the entourage he requires. She grew up in the hands…

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